TITLE

Bleak Baltic night for Scots can't stop Boyd beaming with pride

AUTHOR(S)
Graeme Croser
PUB. DATE
March 2013
SOURCE
Mail on Sunday;3/31/2013, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
ONE by one, the Scotland players trudged out of the antiquated pavilion which houses the dressing rooms at Novi Sad's dilapidated Karadorde Stadium.
ACCESSION #
86438595

 

Related Articles

  • Our sixtysomethings have worked hard and saved for the future. Now they can't afford to retire. No wonder they feel betrayed. John MacLeod // Daily Mail;2/14/2013, p14 

    MORE than half of all Scots due to retire in 2013 won't be doing so. Not because they have undying passion for work, nor from any arrogant refusal to stand down. It is, bleakly, because they cannot afford to stop.

  • Vital questions that SNP won't answer. Andrew Picken // Mail on Sunday;9/ 2/2012, p6 

    ALEX Salmond was last night urged to stop stalling and give Scots detailed answers about his dream of breaking up Britain.

  • Scotland tops UK league for nuisance calls. Jessica McKay // Daily Mail;12/2/2015, p35 

    POLITICIANS last night demanded the Government step in to stop nuisance cold calls after it emerged 90 per cent of Scots are plagued by them.

  • New Bond author? The name's Boyd.  // Daily Mail;4/12/2012, p4 

    SCOTS novelist William Boyd is to write a new James Bond.

  • Download This. Dombal, Ryan; Endelman, Michael; Fiore, Raymond; Greenblatt, Leah; Willman, Chris // Entertainment Weekly;8/12/2005, Issue 833, p73 

    Reviews several music releases. "Stay the Night," by Mariah Carey; "Dirty Harry," by Gorillaz; "Can't Stop," by Missy Elliott.

  • Dog's-tooth: do you have to be barking? Karen Dacre // Evening Standard;10/22/2013, p28 

    FOR Scots it is a sin, punishable by exile, to speak ill of items that are considered native to our north and rugged land. For this reason, loyal Caledonians rub their tummies with delight at the mere suggestion of congealed sheep's blood, and beam with pride while enduring a battering from gale...

  • It's tartan barmy. Emma Cowing // Daily Mail;6/21/2014, p19 

    It's tartan barmy A GRIM realisation for Scots supporting England in Thursday night's disastrous World Cup game against Uruguay - it's just like supporting Scotland... heart-stopping, miserable and utterly unrewarding.

  • Pride will keep us heading in right direction, says Strachan. STEPHEN McGOWAN // Daily Mail;3/ 5/2014, p72 

    GORDON STRACHAN last night insisted that pride rather than pounds will motivate his Scotland stars to reach the Euro 2016 Finals. Centralised broadcasting rights for the next European Championship qualifiers mean participation is worth around £50million to the SFA. And that figure will...

  • Straight to the POINT.  // Daily Mail;12/18/2013, p43 

    ¦MAYO County Council plans to give late-night revellers lollipops in a move to stop drunken brawls (Mail). It sounds like a really sweet idea - but I just can't see it working.

  • He Told Me About the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Xu, Emily // Teen Ink;Oct2015, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p40 

    The poem "He Told Me About the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders" by Emily Xu is presented. First Line: Mother says, Last Line: You can't stop ruining my night.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics